Factors/Explanation of a Job Evaluation Scheme: A job evaluation scheme is “a method to determine the value of each job in relation to all jobs within the organization.” A job evaluation process is useful because sometimes job titles can be misleading- either unclear or unspecific- and in large organizations it’s impossible for those in HR to know each job in detail. The use of job evaluation techniques depends on individual circumstances. Job evaluation is often used when: establishing the relative value or size of jobs or roles, providing as objective as possible a basis for placing jobs or roles within a grade structure, making certain that consistent decisions will be made about grading jobs or roles, and certifying that the organization meets legal and ethical equal pay for work of equal value requirements and the legal and ethical requirements not to discriminate on grounds of race, disability, sexual orientation or religion. Businesses should evaluate if certain compromises are necessary, and use a job evaluation method to provide an objective standard from which changes can be made. There are different aims for job evaluation schemes. First, although there are different job evaluation schemes that can be chosen such as analytical or non-analytical, a job evaluation scheme should be analytical so that sexual discrimination will not be an issue. In its Good Practice Guide on Job Evaluation Schemes Free of Sex Bias the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) states that: “Non-discriminatory job evaluation should lead to a payment system which is transparent and within which work of equal value receives equal pay regardless of sex.” Secondly, a job evaluation scheme should be objective. This suggests that the value of the employee’s pay should be based on work performed, and not the job title. Thirdly, the organization that is doing the job evaluation scheme should compare themselves to other competitors in the industry to be sure that their
parts job evaluation and pay structures.
Job evaluation is a process in which the value of the job in an organisation is analysed and employees are placed in appropriate grades. Job evaluation is retained and modified by many organisations in order to ensure equity & equal values among the employees, evaluate benchmarks jobs, make market comparison and define band boundaries and allocate roles. Moreover to analyse and identify the hierarchy of jobs, job evaluation process is compulsory. Job evaluation….
Job Evaluation Methods
There are three basic methods of job evaluation: (1) ranking, (2) classification, (3) factor comparison. While many variations of these methods exist in practice, the three basic approaches are described here.
Perhaps the simplest method of job evaluation is the ranking method. According to this method, jobs are arranged from highest to lowest, in order of their value or merit to the organization. Jobs also can be arranged according to the relative difficulty….
limitations of Crop Bank’s proposed reward system for the managers and staff.
Job Evaluation Methods:
The essence of compensation administration is job evaluation and the establishment of the pay structure. By job evaluation we mean using the information in job analysis to systematically determine the value of each job in relation to all jobs with in the organization. In short, job evaluation seeks to rank all the jobs in the organization and place them in a hierarchy that will reflect the relative….
Job Evaluation at Whole Foods
Week 3 Assignment
Prepared For: HR 598 – Professor T. Clark
May 23, 2010
Evaluate the jobs listed in the case study and prepare a job structure based upon its evaluation. Assign titles to jobs, and show your structure by title and job letter
Whole Foods stores are organized into teams based on the different product categories:
* Produce (vegetables and fruits)
* Grocery (dairy, frozen)
* Specialty (cheese….
Job Evaluation and Job Structured
Deli -Bakery Clerk Team Member
This job requires excellent customer relations skills, clear and effective communication, and cooperation with fellows. Responsible for preparing, processing, packaging, and stocking products according to Whole Foods Standards. This job requires some deli experience and the proper use of knives, slicer, trash compactor, baler and all other equipment used during food preparation and cleanup. This job also involves following….
determination of job worth for the purpose of compensation through a comprehensive job evaluation system. The job evaluation process helps to establish the grade level for a particular job. The end result of the job evaluation process is a ranking of the jobs in the organization in which the more complex, responsible and skilled jobs are grouped at the higher end of the hierarchy, while the less complex fall at the lower end of the organization's hierarchy.
Job evaluation is the process….
Job Evaluation Systems
Most companies use some sort of job evaluation system. This is more so for larger companies with many employees. A job evaluation system is defined as the methods and practices of ordering jobs or positions with respect to their value or worth to the organization; this is done in order to determine pay scales (Ivancevich, 2007). Every company with a reliable human resources department must have a reliable job evaluation system in place. A reliable evaluation system can do….
Answers to Review Questions
1. How does job evaluation translate internal alignment policies (loosely coupled versus tight fitting) into practice? What does (a) organization strategy and objectives, (b) flow of work, (c) fairness, and (d) motivating people’s behaviors toward organization objectives have to do with job evaluation?
Organization strategy and objectives – Job evaluation aligns with the organization’s strategy by including what it is about work that adds value and contributes to….
Task A: Create a complete job description for the benchmark positions marked using O*NET and other sources.
1. Administration Assistant-BE Consulting
Performs administrative duties for executive management. Responsibilities may include screening calls; managing calendars; making travel, meeting and event arrangements; Requires strong computer and Internet research skills, flexibility, excellent interpersonal skills, project coordination experience, and the ability to work well….